The Executive Confidante
survey gathered responses from across industries, company sizes, and management levels.
Since then she has worked mostly in politics, as head of the Texas Republican party and later as adviser and confidante
of then-Texas Gov.
IN a tale fit for celluloid, the son of a lorry driver befriended the Princess of the People to become her confidante
Much of the comedy worked: Tiny Igor Slowpokin (Manolo Molina), as Siegfried's confidante
Benno, made a huffy exit, tripping ignominiously over a kneeling swan and in chagrin, gave her a kick.
The enormous catalogue sidesteps some of the more obvious suspects in favor of Minimalism experts Briony Fer and James Meyer, Philadelphia curator Ann Temkin, SF MOMA conservators Jill Sterrett and Michelle Barger, and writer and Hesse confidante
Gioia Timpanelli; it also features a roundtable on conservation issues surrounding the works, many of which were made with experimental (and now disintegrating) materials.
Singling out an employee to be a confidante
can undermine morale within an organization.
A woman who, the evidence suggests, was Clinton's mistress and confidante
for 12 years, and who has seemed reasonable if not actually graceful in recent appearances ranging from TV interviews to Oxford University, suddenly publicly endorses the idea that the president is complicit in multiple murders.
Harris, a Brown confidante
who helped arrange that fund-raiser.
This is an anecdotal self-help book based on the author's thirty years of experience as a paraplegic, a college professor, and a student's confidante
A study conducted by Harvard University says that having a confidante
boosts physical functioning and vitality among women.
Byline: MAEVE QUIGLEY Mirror's TV editor on a Carrigstown confidante
With the assistance of Bob (Terrence Mann), a once all-powerful and now impotent medieval wizard and Harry's confidante
(think of Bob as a goth Mr.